Hotel Medium City
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We’re in the 14 day crossing now and we have 6 days left but but’s actually really nice to be in a set schedule and not have like 4 days of port then two crazy days of class and homework from hell. They also organize a lot of stuff for long ship crossings; tomorrow is Neptune day and a bunch of kids are shaving their heads. From Brazil to Barbados we also have ship Olympics which is just a bunch of really silly but ...
... and go to the next stop. We spent ten hours on the bus tour and probably saw in one day the same amount most people see in a week. It was a limited time at each place but we saw what we wanted! That night we down to the beach to eat dinner and then went to Club Opium until 2:00am.
Saturday we explored La Rambla a little more, did some souvenir shopping, and then went to relax on the beach before we had to catch a train to Madrid. That weekend was the start of ...
After several long days on your, we finally had a chance to relax at la playa and enjoy Barcelona. La playa is the Spanish word for the beach. So, after a quick tour of the Picasso museum and a lunch stop at a Spanish ham restaurant, we were off to la playa. Barceloneta is an amazing beach in Barcelona. We quickly learned some essential ...
... is but a few steps from the door and getting to the Ole Language School recommended by Oliver is but an 8 minute walk away, pretty much a straight line from my new home. So I am officially enchanted --Oficialmente encantada--with Barcelona! A very magical feeling indeed, and a feeling of being so so blessed!
I signed up for 3 weeks of language training by day before my friend Linda Trahan arrives from the Dallas, Texas area for phase 2 of this summer's adventures. By day, ...
... we took a free tour around the city and learned a lot about the history if Barcelona. In fact, Barcelona is located in a section of Spain called Cataluya. They don't speak Spanish, rather they speak Catalan, which is described as a mix between Spanish, Italian, and French. At this moment Catalunya is trying to become it's own country. This may even happen by the end of the year. The Catalunyian flag was hung out of the windows of all of the supporters that ...